In its Structured Finance portfolio, Alloy provides growth capital in the form of credit to well-managed companies tailored to meet the unique needs and circumstances of the business. Alloy Structured Finance investments typically will include a loan (in US dollars or Pesos) with cash interest as well as some form equity upside (i.e., or some other type of enhanced return, warrants).
Resuelve is Mexico’s leading company focused on providing service and credit-based debt settlement solutions. Resuelve has developed a proprietary debt settlement and financial-scoring technology platform that has allowed the Company to successfully operate its hybrid “service fee” and “credit-based” business model in other Spanish speaking countries. The Company currently operates in Mexico, Colombia, Spain, Portugal and Italy.
MAS Seguros (“MAS”) is a Mexican company that offers specialized underwriting services and advice on risk management for heavy equipment operators. MAS has a presence in the northern, southern, western, and central areas of Mexico, serving more than 4,000 clients and having more than 50,000 insured units through its more than 25 offices in Mexico and the United States.
Founded in 1994, Auronix is a technology company in the rapidly growing global market for conversational messaging solutions. Auronix offers products used by companies to automate their customer engagement using the most popular messaging channels, such as WhatsApp, Messenger, Instagram, Google Business Messages, Apple Messages for Business, RCS and SMS. They provide companies with a robust product suite that includes messaging platforms, chatbots, artificial intelligence, and native integrations to messaging channels, payment gateways and enterprise software. Its products are used by some of the most important Retailers, Banks, Telcos and Couriers in Mexico and LATAM, including Chedraui, Banorte, Izzi, Estafeta and Netflix. The Company is headquartered in Mexico City, Mexico and has offices in Bogota, Colombia and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
DYSAL is one of the largest and the oldest specialty food manufacturers and copackers in Mexico that produces frozen prepared foods and frozen authentic Mexican bread and custom-made products for many of the major leading supermarket chains and other retailers in Mexico (including Costco, Chedraui, Soriana, OXXO, and Alsea) and a growing number in the U.S. Hispanic market (including Northgate, Superior, Cardenas, La Michoacana Meat Market and Fiesta). It also exports to leading Hispanic focus retailers in the US. It is one of only two Companies in Mexico that manufacture both meat products and bread products in the same facility and that have the FSSC 22000 certification as well as the TIF certification with a full-time federal government inspector on-site at all times.
Grupo Centra is an operator of British Petroleum-branded gas stations in the Northwest region of Mexico and convenience stores offering a unique aspirational shopping experience. These 64 stores (VIP Market) offer premium imported products and top of the line service 24/7.
Podemos Progresar (Podemos) is a Mexican Microfinance Institution focused on supporting women who own micro-businesses. Podemos offers group loans to women in central Mexico in the Socio-Economic Levels C, C- and D+, also known as the bottom of the pyramid.
Podemos’ differentiating factor is that it provides not only a productive loan but also access to a network of benefits that are highly valued by the women micro-entrepreneurs like legal advice, psychological help, personal finance, amongst others. Podemos is a pioneer in rewarding women with better financial terms based on specific metrics.
Fidelity Marketing Group is a twenty-plus year-old technology-leveraged service company that designs and develops card-linked loyalty marketing services for corporate customers interested in building brand and consumer preference in Latin America. The Company’s advanced, web-based technology platform provides customers with an unprecedented ability to deliver card-linked loyalty offers and rewards instantly at the merchandiser network point-of-sale (“POS”). The Company has an extensive list of best in class global, regional and local clients including American Express, Mastercard, Visa, BBVA, Citibank, Scotiabank, Santander, Banamex, Liverpool, Banco Compartamos, Walmart, Bacardi, Femsa, Kimberley-Clark, Abbott Labs, Holcim, RCI, Banorte among others.
IPM Montessori, is a leading network of daycare centers and preschools under the Montessori system in Mexico City and the State of Mexico. The Company operates 11 centers serving medium-high and high socioeconomic levels in residential and corporate areas of Mexico City and the State of Mexico.
Moneta Technologies is a leading company providing technology solutions for digital payment platforms in Mexico and Brazil. Moneta Technologies combines a wide variety of software applications to create platforms specifically designed for the needs of each client. The software solutions they implement are primarily focused on digital payment processing, fraud prevention, and electronic transaction monitoring. Moneta’s clients are mainly retail chains, telecommunications companies, and financial service institutions.
ExFarma is a pharmaceutical service and distribution company serving both the public and private sectors in Mexico. Exfarma develops turn-key healthcare programs to fully outsource the operations of pharmacies and creates private label programs of generic medicines for large drugstore and supermarket/grocery store chains in Mexico.
Grupo Yadatex is a manufacturer and licensor of backpacks and other consumer products such as diaper bags and household items in Mexico. The company has signed licensing agreements to commercialize backpacks with brands such as Disney, Dragon Ball Z, Power Rangers, Barcelona F.C., among others. The Company now has 15 licensing agreements and 5 own brands. Yadatex distributes its products in supermarket channels such as Walmart Mexico, Coppel, Soriana, as well as wholesale channels.